Winchester hosts Hawaiian concert: Hawaiian transplants like to call Las Vegas “the Ninth Island,” thanks to all the Aloha State natives who now make their homes in Southern Nevada.
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Crowds gathered during the lighting of the menorah on Fremont and Fourth streets in downtown Las Vegas on Wednesday.
MUSIC: Winchester hosts plenty of pianists: Six pianists, 60 fingers, 88 keys. That’s the formula for “60 in the 88s,” a Saturday concert presented at the Winchester Cultural Center, in conjunction with the Las Vegas Jazz Society.
Music: Ben Vereen headlines benefit concert: Encores — and more — highlight the second annual Joe Williams Jazz Scholarship Fundraising Concert, with Ben Vereen and Pia Zadora leading the musical lineup Sunday afternoon at UNLV’s Artemus Ham Hall.
Theater: ‘THE WOMEN’ OPENS AT CSN, It’s a jungle out there. Get set to laugh as “The Women” claw and scratch their way through it, starting Friday at the College of Southern Nevada.
The Fourth Annual Las Vegas Halloween Parade made its way down Fremont Street on Thursday night.
Technically, Halloween’s almost a week away, but the creepy clock’s already ticking with weekend haunts planned at a variety of venues.
The Life Is Beautiful festival — with music, food and arts — leaves such a large footprint in downtown Las Vegas that two giant Ferris wheels can double as beacons to help you find your way between the two main stages.
Think of it as a fun weekend outing for the family. Think of it as a way of appreciating Native American culture. Think of it, even, as an educational afternoon for the kids.